1. My Sago Palms Frozen

Asked by hotmail - March 8, 2011

My sago palms all froze durning our Texas freeze! Will they come back to life? What can I do for them ?

2. Yellow Leaves Due to Freeze

Asked by Anonymous - March 9, 2011

I have four sagos and they were doing very well, but this year we had a bad freeze and all of the leaves have turned yellow. What should I do as far as pruning?

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3. Freeze Damaged Sago

Asked by Anonymous - March 9, 2011

I do not know if  ‘fronds’ and ‘leaves’ are the same, and I do not know what ‘fruit’ and ‘flower stalk’ refers to. I will appreciate your answers and continue to enjoy your website information.

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4. White Stuff on Underside of Palm Leaves

Asked by Anonymous - March 10, 2011

My sago palm has white, soft looking stuff on the underside of its leaves. It almost has the look of snow. How do I get rid of this?

5. Sago

Asked by Anonymous - March 11, 2011

My Sago leaves froze this winter. I believe that the main part of the plant is ok. My question is, do I cut off the part of the leaves that froze?

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6. Frozen Limbs of Sagos

Asked by Anonymous - March 11, 2011

My sagos were damaged during the cold winter here in Pensacola, FL. Lots of the limbs are brown now. How do I prune these plants safely?

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7. How to Prune Sago Palms

Asked by Anonymous - March 11, 2011

I have numerous sago palms planted in large potting containers around my home. We also have many of the sago palms planted in the yard landscape. I live close to the US Gulf Coast, but we recently had ice and a freeze that caused the palm branches to turn brown. What do I need to do to revive the green color back into the plants? Do all of the brown branches need to be removed?

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